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peachacid Apr 30, 2012 05:17 AM

Does anyone have any good advice for this? I am looking for a place that is inexpensive but pretty, and that lets us bring in our own food (we were thinking Moe's sandwiches and Flatbread pizza from Portsmouth!). Anyone?

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    solargarlic Apr 30, 2012 06:44 PM

    I would give a call to parks and rec departments and see if they have any spaces available. Ive been to weddings in parks in other cities, maybe that can work.

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      rizzo0904 May 1, 2012 03:27 AM

      my cousin had her wedding outdoors near rye...in a rose garden. she was able to bring in her own food and catered a clam bake. i'll have to find the location for you.

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        rizzo0904 May 1, 2012 03:30 AM

        I think this was the reception area....

        Rye Harbor State Park Pavilion and Group Use Area
        Rye Harbor State Park - Off Route 1A, Rye NH 03870; 603-436-1552
        With scenic views of the Atlantic Ocean, the Isles of Shoals, and Rye Harbor (also called Ragged Neck), this park is a beautiful location for a wedding, corporate event, or family reunion. Groups of up to 125 people can be accommodated. Amenities include fishing, flush toilets, and picnicking.
        Pavilion - Capacity: 40; Fee: $300.00. Day Use Area - Capacity: 120; Fee: $600.00.

        And the ceremony was nearby on a brick covered area that was lined with roses.

        There is also a very cute stone church in the area...but it's very small and maybe holds 50 people. If you want the name, I'll search for it.

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